Peacocking

So a dear friend of mine is a lover of all things peacock.

Her house is peacock blue.

Her nails are teal.

Even her eyeliner is turquoise.

So I’m putting together a peacock outfit to go with all her peacock trimmings.

Here’s the peacock kimono I fell in love with:

And I’m combining it with a bunch of peacock accessories:

And voilá!

My peacock outfit is complete.

You might think that it would be easy to find peacock accessories, but I’m here to tell you not so.

So many accessories are feathered and beaded – all things that cause MOOP, it was INSANELY hard to find accessories that worked with the outfit but didn’t cause MOOP.

In the end, I triumphed, though.

 

3 thoughts on “Peacocking

    • MOOP is everywhere and I’m much more conscious of it myself now that I attend Burning Man. Also, the Leave No Trace philosophy of the burn resonates with me. I try to leave a place cleaner than I found it.

      • I’ve always been a leave no trace person, but I usually kept it to actual litter. MOOP is frightening. I picked up bits of a shattered picnic table at mum’s so the ducks and birds wouldn’t try to eat it…styrofoam is even worse!

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